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The Attitude era had a roster that included: Stone Cold Steven Austin, The Rock, Bret Hart, D-Generation X, Mick Foley and the Undertaker, among others.
The PG era has a roster that includes: John Cena, CM Punk, Rand Orton, Cody Rhodes, The Miz, The Big Show and Alberto Del Rio, among others.
The WWE will always be able to produce high-quality superstars for its fans. These two eras were no exception. During the late '90s, the WWE had to compete with the WCW for talents as well as fans. I feel the WWE did an exceptional job in catapulting their superstars to elite status. Stone Cold is arguably the most popular superstar in the history of the WWE, and he helped define the era for the company.
The WWE excelled at using their non-wrestling TV time to establish viable characters and feuds.
The PG era has had its share of superstars. John Cena would have to be considered to be the most popular superstar in recent years. He transcends the sport and is truly the company man the WWE needs.
However, the WWE seems to be lacking intriguing feuds recently.
They have eased this deficiency by utilizing Attitude era wrestlers by either making returns or being used in storylines. These include The Rock, Triple H, HBK and Mick Foley.